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Deyes High School pupils help shape solutions to net zero

Deyes High School pupils help shape solutions to net zero by Henry James (October 2021)

TWO pupils from Year 9 at Deyes High School in Maghull, Liverpool have taken part in a national summit designed to explore ways engineers can help   Read more ...

Residents, council and police officers team up to tackle criminal behaviour at Duke Street Park

Residents, council and police officers team up to tackle criminal behaviour at Duke Street Park by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

POLICE patrols have been stepped up at Duke Street Park in Formby after a spate of nuisance behaviour by gangs of youths, some of whom are believed   Read more ...

Council putting community safety plan into action this Bonfire Night

Council putting community safety plan into action this Bonfire Night by Henry James (October 2021)

THE fifth of November is something many people look forward to, but for some, loud fireworks, nuisance behaviour and frightened pets can make it a   Read more ...

Animal charity launches new sponsorship packages

Animal charity launches new sponsorship packages by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

THE team at an animal sanctuary based in Holmewood have revealed that they are launching their new-look sponsorship packages.Woodlands Animal   Read more ...

College makes commitment to support students and staff with their mental health and wellbeing

College makes commitment to support students and staff with their mental health and wellbeing by Tom Martin (October 2021)

HUGH Baird College has reaffirmed its commitment to staff and students by signing up to a national mental health and wellbeing charter - created by   Read more ...

Re-wilding Britain could help coastal communities

Re-wilding Britain could help coastal communities by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

‘RE-WILDING’ can increase and diversify rural and coastal jobs, while helping Britain meet its biodiversity and climate commitments, says a new   Read more ...

Check out the latest Life on Cars column!

Check out the latest Life on Cars column! by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

SPARE a thought for the poor old clutch. In just a generation’s time it could be sitting in a dusty corner, alongside such relics as the manually   Read more ...

Housebuilder purchases two new chromebooks for Melling primary school

Housebuilder purchases two new chromebooks for Melling primary school by Henry James (October 2021)

HOUSEBUILDER Bellway has purchased two new chromebooks for Melling Primary School, located on Wheeler Drive, to be used by pupils during term   Read more ...

Spooky goings-on at Ormskirk Market

Spooky goings-on at Ormskirk Market by Henry James (October 2021)

THERE will be some “super-spooky goings-on” at Ormskirk Market this half-term with a free Halloween fun day for all the family.StarKidz Entertainment   Read more ...

Moore to continue to hold surgeries despite death of MP

Moore to continue to hold surgeries despite death of MP by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

SOUTHPORT MP Damien Moore has told the Champion he will continue to hold in-person surgeries in the town, despite the shocking death of fellow   Read more ...

MP Rosie Cooper pays tribute to Sir David Amess

MP Rosie Cooper pays tribute to Sir David Amess by Henry James (October 2021)

WEST Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper has paid tribute to the veteran Conservative backbencher MP Sir David Amess who was stabbed to death on Friday.Sir   Read more ...

Independent Southport businesses honoured in 2021 Northern Enterprise Awards

Independent Southport businesses honoured in 2021 Northern Enterprise Awards by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

TWO independent Southport town centre businesses have been honoured in the 2021 Northern Enterprise Awards.  The Windmill pub, on Seabank Road, and   Read more ...

Dog owners given fireworks advice by experts

Dog owners given fireworks advice by experts by Tom Martin (October 2021)

SEFTON dog owners have been given expert advice on how to help their scared pets when fireworks are set off.Dogs Trust Merseyside has given some   Read more ...

Business networking events return to Southport

Business networking events return to Southport by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

BUSINESS networking in Southport is back.Gee’s Connecting Businesses held its first Business Breakfast Club event at Bliss Hotel, on the Promenade in   Read more ...

Aintree animal lover reunited with cat after seven-year disappearance

Aintree animal lover reunited with cat after seven-year disappearance by Henry James (October 2021)

A CAT owner who never gave up hope of finding her missing moggy had her faith rewarded when he turned up seven years after he vanished without a   Read more ...

Anger after ‘lovely house of character’ is torn down

Anger after ‘lovely house of character’ is torn down by Tom Martin (October 2021)

RESIDENTS in Blundellsands say they are angry and sad after a “lovely old house full of character” in a conservation area  was bulldozed without   Read more ...

Parks and greenspaces flying the flag for Sefton!

Parks and greenspaces flying the flag for Sefton! by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

PARKS across Southport have been celebrating after being given the Green Flag Award 2021.The Green Flag Award Scheme is run by the environmental   Read more ...

New health and wellbeing site in Skelmersdale will host Covid-19 vaccinations for West Lancashire

New health and wellbeing site in Skelmersdale will host Covid-19 vaccinations for West Lancashire by Henry James (October 2021)

A NEW health and wellbeing site in The Concourse Shopping Centre, Skelmersdale will host Covid-19 vaccinations for West Lancashire residents starting   Read more ...

Bus driver and dad-of-three caught with child porn

Bus driver and dad-of-three caught with child porn by Tom Martin (October 2021)

A BUS driver who deliberately sought out images of children being sexually abused was tracked down after distributing one of the disgusting   Read more ...

Ormskirk included in report listing the top 10 car theft hot spots

Ormskirk included in report listing the top 10 car theft hot spots by Henry James (October 2021)

ORMSKIRK has been named in the top 10 postcode areas for car thefts.The statistics were revealed following a Freedom of Information request to the   Read more ...

Temporary bollards which cost more then £84,000 could be removed in six months time, warns councillor

Temporary bollards which cost more then £84,000 could be removed in six months time, warns councillor by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

TEMPORARY bollards cost more then £84,000 to install  as part of the controversial cycling scheme in the town centre, according to Councillor John   Read more ...

MP slams county council after school flooded again

MP slams county council after school flooded again by Henry James (October 2021)

AFTER classrooms at a school in Aughton were flooded after the recent spell of heavy rain, MP Rosie Coper slammed the county council for their “lack   Read more ...

Blind football team want to expand with more players

Blind football team want to expand with more players by Tom Martin (October 2021)

A FOOTBALL club based in Sefton for blind and partially sighted players wants to expand and find more people to get involved.Merseyside Blind and   Read more ...

Animal rescue centre desperate to find a home for ‘lonely Barney’

Animal rescue centre desperate to find a home for ‘lonely Barney’ by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

A ‘DESPERATE’ appeal has been launched to find an urgent home for ‘lonely Barney.’The team at Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre in Ince Blundell wants   Read more ...

West Lancashire College expands A Level provision

West Lancashire College expands A Level provision by Henry James (October 2021)

WEST Lancashire College will be extending the range of A Level subjects available to students from September 2022.From next September, students will   Read more ...

Professor to hold interactive children's show to teach them about Covid

Professor to hold interactive children's show to teach them about Covid by Tom Martin (October 2021)

A PROFESSOR from Crosbywho specialises in infectious diseases will host a free children’s event to help them learn more about Covid-19.Professor Tom   Read more ...

World War Two sergeant blows out the candles to celebrate his 100th birthday!

World War Two sergeant blows out the candles to celebrate his 100th birthday! by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

A WORLD War Two sergeant has celebrated his 100th birthday.Albert Chisholm was born on October 15, 1921 in Northumberland. He joined the army in   Read more ...

Wildflower garden to be created at hospice

Wildflower garden to be created at hospice by Tom Martin (October 2021)

A WILDFLOWER and bee garden will be created in the grounds of St Joseph’s Hospice after a £1,000 donation from a housing developer.David Wilson   Read more ...

Volunteers clear up litter ‘grot spot’

Volunteers clear up litter ‘grot spot’ by Henry James (October 2021)

BILL Esterson MP and Councillor James Hansen led a group of volunteers in a clear-up near to Deyes End housing estate in Maghull.The area within the   Read more ...

Permission is approved for 50 new homes in Skelmersdale

Permission is approved for 50 new homes in Skelmersdale by Henry James (October 2021)

THE Council’s House building company, Tawd Valley Developments (TVD), has secured consent for 50 new homes on Fairlie in the Ashurst and Birch Green   Read more ...

Aldi eyes up opening new store in town

Aldi eyes up opening new store in town by Henry James (October 2021)

DISCOUNT retail chain Aldi is looking at opening a new store in Ormskirk after announcing that it will open 100 new stores across the UK over the   Read more ...

Ex-Reds star Cally can enjoy a cuppa at cafe named in his honour!

Ex-Reds star Cally can enjoy a cuppa at cafe named in his honour! by Henry James (October 2021)

FORMER Liverpool and Everton stars Ian Callaghan and Kevin Sheedy opened the refreshment and changing room facilities at the Sandy Lane Playing field   Read more ...

Myeloma Support Group gets £1,000 donations from David Wilson homes

Myeloma Support Group gets £1,000 donations from David Wilson homes by Henry James (October 2021)

WEST Lancs and Merseyside Myeloma Support Group have received a donation of £1,000 from David Wilson homes to be used to further their aims of early   Read more ...

Two West Lancs schools make the Educate Awards 2021 shortlist

Two West Lancs schools make the Educate Awards 2021 shortlist by Henry James (October 2021)

TWO schools in West Lancashire have been shortlisted for this year’s Educate Awards.St Bede’s Catholic High School has been shortlisted for the   Read more ...

Charity Will Month is on the way

Charity Will Month is on the way by Henry James (October 2021)

ONCE again staff at Dickinson Parker Hill Solicitors in Ormskirk are gearing up for their annual Charity Will Month in November.This year the firm   Read more ...

West Lancs to lose direct rail link to Manchester Piccadilly

West Lancs to lose direct rail link to Manchester Piccadilly by Henry James (October 2021)

RAIL campaigners are angry that West Lancashire is to lose its direct service to Manchester Piccadilly.From December 2022, services from Southport   Read more ...

Date set for hospice Light up a Life event

Date set for hospice Light up a Life event by Tom Martin (October 2021)

ST Joseph’s Hospice has revealed that its Light up a Life 2021 service, will take place on Sunday, December 5.The Thornton hospice is looking   Read more ...

Support for businesses after the pandemic 'was a lifeline' says MP

Support for businesses after the pandemic 'was a lifeline' says MP by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

SUPPORT for businesses during the Covid crisis ‘was a lifeline’ says MP Bill Esterson.The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority distributed more   Read more ...

Pageant finalist helps raise £21k for charity

Pageant finalist helps raise £21k for charity by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

A GROUP of semi-finalists for Miss Teen Great Britain 2021 have raised more than £21,000 for charity just days ahead of the finals of the   Read more ...

Hundreds of children to get free pantomime tickets

Hundreds of children to get free pantomime tickets by Danielle Thompson (October 2021)

A PANTOMIME is set to return to Southport after two year-break.Members of the St Vincent de Paul Society are hosting a Children’s Pantomime, Dick   Read more ...

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